JLL Capital Markets Analyst Interview

Hello WSO,

I interviewed for a JLL Capital Markets Analyst position about a month ago and haven't heard anything back yet.  This is all after four phone interviews and a two hour in person interview,which I met with the entire capital markets division at their office.  Can anyone give me some insight as to what their hiring process is like and if this is typical.  Thanks!

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Sep 22, 2020 - 9:38am

Mostly HFFers. Yes I did follow up with everyone right after. They told me to expect to hear something in a few days but it's been almost a month now.  

 
  • Works at Jones Lang LaSalle
Sep 22, 2020 - 11:50am

This is typical. Teams take their time when they are bringing in an analyst and some of the times, they are looking for "connected" individuals (former analyst at competitor, client relationship, nepotism unfortunately). 

Do you have an office for which you applied?

 
Feb 23, 2021 - 6:59pm

In my experience it was several phone screenings with other analysts.  Followed by in person interview with most of the capital markets team in two to three person groups, altogether was probably around 8-10 people.  Took about two hours, definitely a long process.  Most of the questions with the analysts over the phone were personality based.  The in person interview was definitely more skill/knowledge based questions.  I ended up not getting an offer and was finally rejected several months later.  I never received an excel test but have heard that they typically give one.  This was my experience in one office, other offices I am sure do things differently to an extent.  Good luck.

 
Feb 23, 2021 - 8:02pm

Got it, what were some of the skill/knowledge questions? I have a a meeting with a couple of team members (20-30 mins each). Have my story down and why the group as well as RE technicals (what's a cap rate, how do you calculate value, etc). Anything else you felt was hard/I may be missing?

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